What belt to use with Jet J-66 Jointer? - Woodworking Talk - Woodworkers Forum
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post #1 of 2 Old 03-25-2012, 06:46 PM Thread Starter
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What belt to use with Jet J-66 Jointer?

I have been refurbishing my dad's Jointer and have put in new bearings, pully, etc. and when purchasing the parts, I picked up a new belt. This was all online purchasing from Walter Meier Co. They sent me a 17" belt and the old one was 14". The motor is adjustable so I could make the longer belt work, but thought I'd better check to see which is the correct belt. Thanks... new to this forum, but have been a troller for a few years.
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i suspect that if you can get it to work, there shouldn't be a problem. it may have been the original, and the 14" went in sometime later.
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